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Web Application Framework: What it is, how it works, and why you need it


admin - August 5, 2019 - 0 comments

Web Development Framework

A framework consist on the set of tools and resources for developers to manage and build web applications, websites and web applications.

A framework has template capabilities for presenting data or information within a browser. The framework also gives the foundations and system-level services for software developers to generate a CMS (Content Management system) to managing the digital information on the web.

A web developer use framework to define the “out of the box” CMS Capabilities, administrative tools and user authentication features.

Here are some of the most popular web frameworks.

We have two groups of web application frameworks, one is for app setup on server and the other is on client. For the sake of a powerful web app, we can use both of them simultaneously.

Server Side Web Application Framework:

Front-end involved in web development framework but its first job is to display an interface, and without app logic any UI/UX is irrelevant. That’s why the server side web frame works are most important.

The most popular server systems are:

  • NET (C#)
  • Dijango
  • Express
  • Symfony(PHP)

By using these server frameworks you can handle HTTP requests, database control and management, as well as URL mapping.

 

Front-end Web Frameworks or User Side Frameworks

The Front end web framework are

  • Bootstrap
  • js
  • Backbone
  • Semantic-UI.
  • React
  • Angular
  • Ember
  • Aurelia
  • Polymer

With the server side frameworks you depends on the language you feel comfortable to develop in, but in the client framework you should mind specific capabilities of different client side.

Note:

If you want to develop a web app, a web application framework is not must, but it will help you to create a responsive and more engaging web app. So you have to carefully access your skills, revise the goal of your project, and choose your client side or server side frameworks wisely.

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